College Performance Measurement Framework (CPMF)

The CPMF was developed by the Ontario Ministry of Health in close collaboration with Ontario’s health regulatory Colleges, subject matter experts, and the public. Its aim is to answer the question, “How well are Colleges executing their mandate which is to act in the public interest?”

The CPMF evaluation is about driving excellence in health profession regulation. Its purpose is to ensure the application of consistent, transparent benchmarks and best practices across all 26 health profession regulators in Ontario. These indicators are used to evaluate and improve the performance of health profession regulators in the future to achieve the best possible healthcare in the province.

What’s being measured?

The CPMF covers a wide variety of topics, like how Colleges:

  • perform as an organization,
  • register applicants,
  • measure practice improvement of regulated health professionals, and
  • process complaints about their registrants.

This CPMF provides information on how colleges work with external partners, such as other regulatory colleges, educational programs and the broader healthcare system to improve public protection.

The CPMF also shares raw data about Ontario’s regulated health professionals and their participation in practice improvement. There is data about the number of complaints and the type of those complaints, and how many health professionals participated in practice improvement activities. Finally, the CPMF details each College’s commitment to making improvements over the next year, giving clear action/improvement plans.

Colleges will update this report annually, noting any progress on areas identified for improvement or adding new or updated information required by the Ministry of Health. These reports are one of the many ways colleges demonstrate their commitment to the public interest for the people of Ontario.

View or download the recent CPMF Reports by the College of Chiropodists of Ontario:

2023 CPMF Report (Submitted March 2024)

2022 CPMF Report (Submitted March 2023)

2021 CPMF Report (Submitted March 2022)

2020 CPMF Report (Submitted March 2021)

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